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Jordan Gives Zarqawi 10 Days to Surrender for Trial

Jordan’s State Security Court has given al Qaeda ally Abu Musab al Zarqawi and three other men charged with taking part in a thwarted chemical attack 10 days to surrender or be tried in absentia. Jordanian papers carried the court’s ultimatum on Wednesday. Nine other defendants are already in police custody awaiting a trial expected to be held soon. Jordanian-born Zarqawi, who has a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head, continues to elude U.S. forces in Iraq where he is the No. 1 target as U.S.-led forces seek to pacify Iraq. Full Story

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